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The University Library's physical French collections are complemented by a growing set of electronic resources including e-journals, databases of primary texts and criticism, ebooks and online newspapers.

All purchased databases (accessible with a Raven password or by use of a University computer) and a few key open internet resources which relate to the study of France and the Francophone countries can be found here: A-Z Databases: Francophone Area Studies

Cambridge University Library is subscribing to the academic version of Europresse, an aggregator which allows online access to many French and Francophone national and regional newspapers and magazines including Le Monde (from 1944), Le Figaro, Libération, L’Humanité, Les Echos, La Tribune ; Le Soir, Le Temps ; Le Parisien, Ouest-France, La Provence ; L’Express, Le Point, Marianne, L’Obs, Le Monde diplomatique etc. Thematically, Europresse titles cover the Humanities and Social Sciences, Politics, Law, Economics, Finance, Science, Environment, IT, Transports, Industry, Energy, Agriculture, Arts and culture (Lire, Le Magazine littéraire, Télérama…), Health, and event Sports (L'Équipe, France Football, Sport 24…). It also includes some TV and radio transcripts, biographies and reports, images, audio and video content.

Individual electronic journal subscriptions are listed separately and can be searched by keyword from this page: http://libguides.cam.ac.uk/eresources